Following the publisher Richard Charkin’s column for us on translators and translation, Frank Wynne offers his considered reaction.
While vying for a British Book Award this year, Richard Charkin asks, ‘When will publishers’ egos be large enough?’
Totting up the pros and cons of being an independent publisher, Richard Charkin assesses Mensch Publishing on its third anniversary.
In his new role of running his own small press, Richard Charkin finds success in breaking vows he made when setting it up.
The 22nd winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction is also known for ‘One People,’ ‘Bird Brain,’ and ‘Time To Go.’
Anniversary assessment; opening his own boutique press, Richard Charkin reveals that Mensch Publishing has grossed £16,389 (US20,688) before expenses.
‘Time will tell whether Mensch has published its first triumph or its first turkey,’ writes Richard Charkin, small press publisher.
‘What I hadn’t anticipated was just how difficult it is to start a publishing business,’ writes Richard Charkin in a Frankfurt installment of his exclusive series for Publishing Perspectives.
Two items from London: Publishing Perspectives columnist Richard Charkin announces a new publishing venture, and London Book Fair opens submissions for its 2019 International Excellence Awards.